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400-baht national minimum wage not resolved yet by wage committee

The tri-partite wage committee cannot yet finalise the 400-baht national minimum wage in Thailand, until it receives the proposed wage rates from the individual provinces, according to Labour Permanent Secretary Pairoj Chotikasathien.

Minimum Wage to Be Raised to 400 Baht in Tourist Areas

The governor of each province is required to work out the appropriate minimum wage for submission to the committee by July 31st, following the government’s May 1st announcement that a national 400-baht minimum wage will be applied to all occupations from October 1st, he said.

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